Kid Friendly mini tasting tour. Barcelona’s Top 3 kid-friendly (yet delicious) places to eat.

Experience a Mini Tasting Tour of Barcelona while also keeping your children happy. Top 3 places to delight your kids (and your) taste buds and experience authentic Spanish and Catalan cuisine! On our travels, happy children with satisied bellies make it all so much more enjoyable for us (and for them 🙂

Tablao Cordobes Flamenco Show on La Rambla with dinner option. Flamenco show and dinner. La Rambla, 35, 08002 Captivate your family with entertainment and authentic Catalan cuisine by introducing them to the stars of Flamenco dancing. Stroll by foot or Taxi through the famous La Rambla boulevard before or after the show. The passion, expression and talent of the dancers takes you back in time to old Spain. Time and the bustling hum of Las Ramblas fade away as you become completely enveloped in the theatrical performance. Bring your appetite because before the show, you are treated to a freshly prepared, all you can eat supper which includes some of Spain’s finest foods. Delight in Tortilla Espanola, an assortment of cheeses, casseroles, salads, fruit, tapas and unlimited house wine (juices and lemonade are available for the kids). Afterwards, set aside a moment to have a Hot Chocolate, espresso, coffee, cappuccino or even some more wine while you nibble on an assortment of desserts and pastries. The three-tier chocolate fountain awaits you with fresh cinnamon churros and fruit. It’s a meal you won’t forget and is followed by a show that is even more unforgettable.

  1. Churrería Laietana – Churros and Chocolate  Via Laietana, 46, 08003 Barcelona

    Looking for something enriching and sweet to do during Siesta time? Head over to the famous Avenue Laietana to indulge in pure tastebud joy. Churreria Laietana is a cozy cafe that has the most tempting, hand-made from scratch Churros and Chocolate in town. A Churreria does not get more authentic than this.

    The Churreria Laietana is a Mom and Pop spot. The Pop makes the Churros, the Mom makes the Hot Chocolate and Cafe and the daughter handles the cash register. You can either eat there at the bar or take your Cafe and Churros to go. The Churros aren’t too sweet and are still full of flavor. They give you the option to pour on the granulated sugar or take them plain. The coffee is delightful and the ambiance gives you an opportunity to instantly absorb the culture.  This unique cafe may even make you feel like you are one of the locals for the time you’re in the shop while dipping Churros in Chocolate and foregoing or shortening your Siesta.  If you have little ones with you, you can get them a hot chocolate and Churros Combo. When in Barcelona; you can really do as the Spanish do. Que Rico (yummy)!


    3. Les Truites    93 418 06 91    C/ d’Arimon, 22

    Tortilla Espanola – Work up an appetite and head over to a culinary backstreet for traditional Catalan Tortilla Espanola. This Tortelleria is truly authentic and can be served as a delightful lunch after the park or the beginning of a night out on the town.  Served Tapas style, you will not be dissappointed in the abundant amount of selection. You can get anything from strictly veggie to sausage and ham. Don’t let the Tapas portions fool you; the assortment of Tortillas gives you more than enough variety to tempt your pallet and gratify your belly.

    73c8fc6d2bc238b0532927a74b6dcae5_400x400What to order? Steve did the house special which we recommend if you have no dietary restrictions. My vegetarian self did the same thing but with a vegetarian modifier. Our kids just shared everything with us. One of the wonderful things about Tapas style is as you finish your Tortillas, you can order more 🙂 ps- great coffee as well.


    We hope you and your children enjoy your travels.

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